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The Hualapai Reservation area offers hunting, fishing, hiking and camping facilities. The hunting expeditions are world renown. Access into the Grand Canyon by car and tours to the western rim of the Grand Canyon and rivers rafting on the Colorado Rive
The Hualapai Reservation area offers hunting, fishing, hiking and camping facilities. The hunting expeditions are world renown. The Tribal Wildlife Department sells a limited number of hunting permits for elk, javelin, deer and desert bighorn sheep.
Access into the Grand Canyon by car and tours to the western rim of the Grand Canyon and rivers rafting on the Colorado River are major attractions. The Canyon can also be viewed by foot or bike. Offering an alternative to the more crowded Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon West attracts more than 12,000 guests each month. Lake Mead National Recreation area lies to the west of the reservation.
Things to Do
Grand Canyon West offers an unparalleled panoramic vista of the Grand Canyon. Link to page
Hualapai River Runners is a one-day trip that includes whitewater rafting through the Colorado River, spectacular views of the Grand Canyon and even a lunch served in the afternoon.
Route 66 DaysLocation: Peach SpringsDate: MayInformation: (928) 769-2216
Miss HualapaiLocation: Peach SpringsDate: NovemberInformation: (928) 769-2299
Where to Stay
Hualapai Lodge was built to accomodate many visitors to the area and includes fifty-six large rooms, three meeting rooms, a restaurant, fitness center, salt pool and available special packages. Link to page
Location and Nearby Communities
The tribe is located at the far western end of Grand Canyon - about 250 miles (400 km) by road, a five hour drive, from the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park - to offer a variety of visitor services including the Skywalk.
Contacting the Tribe
Tribal GovernmentP.O. Box 179Peach Springs, AZ 86434(928) 769-2216
Visitor Information(888) 868-9378